A Northwest College landmark was the subject of spirited conversation at Monday’s monthly meeting of the Board of Trustees, as board members discussed whether to spend $280,000 repairing the carillon at the center of campus.
Erika Larsen recently signed a national letter of intent to compete in track and field for the University of Idaho.
Cody airport officials are asking the federal government to continue subsidizing winter flights to Salt Lake City — although a proposal to provide service to Denver would be hundreds of thousands dollars cheaper.
According to a report by the USDA, one in six people in the U.S. face hunger or “food insecurity.” The USDA defines food insecurity as the lack of access to enough food for all household members. Food insecure households are uncertain of having, or unable to acquire, enough food to meet the needs of all their members because they have insufficient money or other resources for food. [ 1,071 more word ]
Park County had a couple more decades to pay back the roughly $2.5 million that it borrowed from the state government to reclaim some of its old landfill trash pits.
Commissioners opted to instead pay that debt last month — between 16 and 20 years early.
The Pryor Mountain Wild Mustang Center has had another successful year, volunteer Lynda Nickle and board member Nancy Cerroni reported this week. Visitors from all 50 states and 29 foreign countries came to the center just east of Lovell, including visitors from six Canadian provinces. “We started asking people in July where they’re from since some people don’t like to sign in (on a register),” Nickle said. [ 939 more words ]
It’s hard to find more dramatic differences between “what could have been” and “what is” than at Spirit Mountain Cave.
A Powell psychologist who is alleged to have submitted more than $6.8 million worth of fraudulent bills to Wyoming Medicaid has reached a tentative plea deal with federal prosecutors, court records say.
The document itself was not made public, meaning the proposed agreement will likely remain unknown until it’s presented in open court on Friday afternoon in Cheyenne.
Services were held Sunday at St. Theresa's Catholic Church in Meeteetse, a week after the church was burglarized.
“It was quite the shock,” Father Brian Hess said of the damage. “But God will bring good from this and we will recover with God’s grace.”
Robert Guty entered a no contest plea Monday to third degree sexual assault of a patient under general anesthesia. He is appealing to the Wyoming Supreme Court to exclude evidence of prior bad acts from consideration in court.